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From "Alan D. Cabrera" <>
Subject Re: Thoughts on splitting out "core" from, well, products & other stuff
Date Tue, 14 Feb 2006 06:03:43 GMT
On 2/13/2006 7:15 PM, Aaron Mulder wrote:

>What would folks think of (in principle, not right now) splitting out
>the core Geronimo components from anything that wraps a 3rd-party
>product/project?  So have one area for modules like kernel, security,
>core, system, etc. and a separate area for modules like Jetty, Tomcat,
>ActiveMQ, Directory, jUDDI, etc.  I guess mainly to draw the
>distinction between what's really part of the infrastructure and
>what's really "optional packages" that can be added on top (and I'm
>talking about "optional" in a non-J2EE-server sense where you start
>with literally nothing but the infrastructure and add only waht you
>want, or something like that).  So we'd still pull a lot of that in
>for our "J2EE" builds, but it would make a clearer distinction for
>anyone who wanted a more custom build.

I am shocked that this is not going into a patch release.  ;)

Sounds cool to me.


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